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PASSEQ 2006–2008: Passive seismic experiment in Trans-European Suture Zone

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Wilde-Piórko, M., Geissler, W.H., Plomerová, J. et al. PASSEQ 2006–2008: Passive seismic experiment in Trans-European Suture Zone. Stud Geophys Geod 52, 439–448 (2008).

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  • Seismic Station
  • East European Platform
  • East European Craton
  • Mantle Transition Zone
  • Teleseismic Event